BEATRICE – The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry says an Omaha attorney will become the business organization’s new President.
Bryan Slone, a tax attorney at Koley Jessen, in Omaha, will take over the state chamber’s top post, around May 1st. The attorney and accountant has over three decades of policy and business experience.
Long time NCCI President Barry Kennedy, a Pawnee City native, previously announced that he will retire after 32 years with the state chamber, 19 of those as the organization’s President.
Slone was a candidate for Nebraska Governor in 2014 and was a former managing partner for Deloitte, in their Omaha office. In the 1980s, Slone also served as a U.S. House Ways and Means Committee Staff member under former Nebraska Representative Haul Daub…playing a role in a 1986 overhaul of federal tax law.
The Nebraska State Chamber has nearly 2,000 members, statewide.